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Could hardly believe how quickly the order came. What excellent service, plus a good price for my lenses.
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When you buy contact lenses online at Lenstore.co.uk, you aren’t just getting contact lenses in a box. We promise you top-quality service, but you’ll also get access to our Vision Care Services – something you won’t find at another online contact lens store.
Our Vision Care Services
We believe in helping you take better care of your eyes, and being someone you can trust. That’s why we have an experienced team of in-house Opticians and Optical Consultants. When you shop at Lenstore.co.uk, expert advice is always available.
When you buy from us, you also get access to FREE eye tests and contact lens aftercare, as well offers on glasses and sunglasses. Even if you’re not a customer, we have other free services such as Ask Our Opticians and a number of eye health articles on our Vision Hub.
Contact Lenses Direct to Your Door by Post
Over 90% of orders are shipped by post the same day as they’re placed, and our fast delivery times have helped us get tens of thousands of positive reviews. You’re lenses will be delivered direct to your door, with international and next day delivery available. If you live in London, we also have same-day delivery available for a number of areas.
If you’re prescription is up-to-date, but you aren’t comfortable with us contacting your Optician, you can buy contact lenses without sending your prescription. However, we do strongly advise that you keep your prescription up-to-date, and regularly visit your Optician for eye tests.
Posted On: April 22, 2015
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